These are in syringes used to flush a pic-line and no longer needed.
14 Jun 2010
I recommend that excess syringes always be returned to a proper disposal site - like a Dr office. They should be able to take them with meds still in them or empty. You can probably just call the DR office or any hospital and ask if you can drop them off for disposal.
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